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Danrlei

Danrlei
Personal information
Full name Danrlei de Deus Hinterholz
Date of birth (1973-04-18) 18 April 1973
Place of birth Crissiumal, Brazil
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1993–2003 Grêmio
2004 Fluminense
2004–2005 Atlético Mineiro
2006 Beira-Mar
2007 São José-RS
2007 Remo
2009 Brasil de Pelotas
National team
1995 Brazil[1] 2 (0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Danrlei de Deus Hinterholz, or just Danrlei (born 18 April 1973 in Crissiumal) is a retired Brazilian footballer who played as a goalkeeper.

He made his debut for the Brazilian national team against Honduras in March 1995, and played three additional games during the run-up to the 1996 Olympic Games. He did not appear in any Olympic matches. He won many titles with Grêmio, most notably the Copa Libertadores in 1995.

Danrlei was injured in a bus accident on 16 January 2009.[2] The bus plunged off a 130-foot ravine while travelling back from a game. Uruguayan footballer Claudio Milar died in the accident.

References

  1. ^ National Football Teams profile
  2. ^

External links

  • Career statistics at Sambafoot.com
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